ABDUCTED: Dr. Wade Stone San Antonio Stone Oak

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Gerald Juhnke, Apr 22, 2011 - Fiction - 298 pages
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Drug cartel violence along the US-Mexico Border is rampant. News media and rumor mills abound with factual and fictitious stories about drug cartel murders, kidnappings, tortures, and shootings. The stories are both horrifying and heartbreaking. They provide a fertile backdrop for ABDUCTED: Dr. Wade Stone San Antonio Stone Oak a story where fact and fiction comingle, simmer, and bond with readers' imaginations to become "imagined reality." The story highlights Dr. Wade Stone. His clinical traumatology experience spans 25 years. Stone is a renowned Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) authority. Dr. Stone's clinical expertise and research focus on the intertwined junctions of PTSD, suicide, violence, family, and addiction. He has successfully treated hundreds of trauma survivors-men, women, and children. From America's returning wounded warriors to victims of horrendous and brutally unthinkable attacks, Stone thinks he has seen it all. Now as an esteemed university professor, Stone has a perfect and carefree life. He has an incredibly loving and devoted family. His friends are supportive and kind. And, his students? They are energetic, intelligent, and capable. Little does this San Antonio Stone Oak resident realize his life is on a collision course with a new reality-a reality that will twist his life forever.
 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
1
HANGING ON THE WALL
7
REALIZATION
18
COLLATERAL DAMAGE
27
RANSOM
35
MONTOYAS CALL
39
WADE STONE
46
EMERALD AND FRIENDS
58
WAKING UP
121
MEETING THE BOYS
135
THE CASTELS
142
A TRUE FRIEND
156
CHANCE MEETING
163
DINNERTIME FIASCO
172
THE NARCISSISTIC WOUND
190
NO HELP
213

OFF TO WORK
66
IDENTIFIED
70
REJECTED
80
A DAY IN THE LIFE
85
THE SUMMARY
107
HOMEWARD BOUND
112
POWER VOID
228
ROAD TRIP
253
FEDERALE INFESTATION
266
EPILOGUE
282
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
287
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Gerald A. Juhnke, Ed.D. is a Professor and Counseling Doctoral Program Director at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Juhnke is a Past President of five professional counseling associations including The Association for Assessment in Counseling, and The International Association for Addictions and Offender Counseling. He is a former Editor of The Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling. He has received numerous counseling awards including the American Counseling Association's Fellow Award, the International Association for Addictions and Offender Counseling's Addictions Educator Excellence Award, the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling's Research Award, and the American Counseling Association's Berdie Research Award. His clinical and research experiences span 25 years and include the intertwined professional topic of "life-threatening behaviors." He has authored 40 refereed journal articles, multiple book chapters, 6 assessment instruments, and 7 books including his latest book, Suicide, Self-injury, and Violence in the Schools: Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies (Wiley & Sons, 2010). He also coauthors a suicide and violence blog for Psychology Today. His most recent assessment instrument EL SUICIDIO was written in Spanish. The instrument provides Mexican school counselors a means to assess suicide risk with corresponding clinical interventions. Dr. Juhnke is a nationally recognized presenter known for his energetic and lively professional keynote programs. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. Army, The University of Texas Health Science Center Division of Community Pediatrics, school districts, psychiatric hospitals, courts, and municipalities. He is a former Professor and Clinic Director at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a former North Carolina Governor's Institute Faculty Fellow, and a former faculty member of The Michigan Supreme Court's Judicial Institute. Recently, he was recognized by the University of Texas at San Antonio Police Department for his service to the Police Department specific to his participation in a simulated hostage - shooter response scenario. Prior to becoming an academic Jerry owned two restaurants. He is a former certified Sous-Chef de Cuisine who completed basic cooking instruction at The Culinary Institute of America and Michigan State University. He is authoring a new psychological assessment textbook that will be published through Pearson.

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